Citizens invited to take Coeur d'Alene 2030 action statement survey | Community Spirit
The Project Management Team for the Coeur d’Alene 2030 Visioning Project is asking citizens to help them prioritize a list of action statements. The action statements are part of a larger plan being built to guide the future of the city.
“This survey will encourage community members to prioritize and review/comment the action items that our 34-member Implementation Planning Committee has been developing, using the comprehensive community data collected last fall,” explained Nicole Kahler, Coeur d’Alene 2030 Project Manager.
From May 9-23, Coeur d'Alene area citizens are being asked to comment on the action statements by participating in a survey. There are 179 action statements written based on a cross-section of community input.
To make it easier to navigate the 179 statements, they’ve been divided into six focus areas:
- Community & Identity
- Education & Learning
- Environment & Recreation
- Growth & Development
- Health & Safety
- Jobs & Economy
“We ask that community members do their best to respond to some, if not all, of the 179 action statements,” Kahler said. “It is important for us to check in with the public to review these action statements before we finish developing the plan. After the public comment period, CDA 2030 will use the survey results to further develop the plan.”